It was just over three years ago when a massive explosion and fire at a Texas fertilizer plant left 15 people dead and more than 200 injured. Federal investigators said Wednesday their probe has led them to label the destructive blaze a criminal act.
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Published: 2021-04-17 02:52 am
Feds say deadly 2013 Texas fire was no accident
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